Tuesday, 15 January 2019

Guest Postage

Tomorrow will see the birth of a grand new dawn on this blog, albeit one that admittedly only involves catching up with the entire rest of the internet!  At any rate, I'll be hosting my first ever guest post, which is fairly exciting, but also likely to cause a bit of confusion for anyone who's forgotten this isn't just where I ramble on about ancient, long-forgotten anime.  So I figured I'd better offer a bit of forewarning: tomorrow it won't be me here, it'll be my Flame Tree Press stablemate Catherine Cavendish, and there'll actually be something interesting on offer, in the shape of Catherine talking about the morbid history and tenacious occupants of Kilmarnock's Dean Castle, in service of getting the word out about her new novel, The Haunting of Henderson Close.

Which looks something like this:

Ghosts have always walked there. Now they’re not alone… 

In the depths of Edinburgh, an evil presence is released. Hannah and her colleagues are tour guides who lead their visitors along the spooky, derelict Henderson Close, thrilling them with tales of spectres and murder. For Hannah it is her dream job, but not for long. Who is the mysterious figure that disappears around a corner? What is happening in the old print shop? And who is the little girl with no face? The legends of Henderson Close are becoming all too real. 

The Auld De’il is out – and even the spirits are afraid.

See you back here tomorrow!

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